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IN OMG! ON 13 Jul, 2015
Summer is almost over and every guy or girl you meet now has just one question for you: where did you spend your days? Some people visit their hometown, some people visit new cities, and some set out to explore the world. You won't find it surprising if someone told you that he has visited France, or if anyone tells you that he's visited the Thar. And frankly, there's nothing to not believe either.
But what if someone told you that they've visited an entirely different planet? Yeah, you read it right! An entirely new planet, as in a place outside the Earth! Well, these people claim to have done so! So scroll down to know about their bizarre claims that will absolutely make you go OMG!
Nineteenth century Englishman William Denton claimed that the power of psychometry allowed him and members of his family to visit planets like Venus and Mars - planets of the Solar System. If the reports are to be believed, his wife envisioned a giant prehistoric insect after touching a piece of quartz, his daughter saw an eruption into the sea after touching a piece of igneous rock, and his son visited Venus where he saw huge trees shaped as mushrooms! Of course, the claims don't end there, but we'll stop right here because these people seem to have been confusing the reality with dreams!
Swedish philosopher Emanuel Swedenborg was of the belief that the entire universe was filled with humans in physical and spiritual form. He claimed that by the guidance of the Lord, he visited hell, heaven and the cosmos. And his accounts of what he 'saw' on the other lands is just as imaginary as it can get! He described the men of the moon to be dwarfs and the inhabitants of Venus to be divided into two groups: one gentle, and the other fierce thieves! And what's more funny is that he even counted Aristotle to be one of the spiritual beings he met in his 'cosmic journey!'
As bogus as it sounds, Howard Menger claims to be the reincarnation of a Saturnian whose name was Sol du Naro, and had been taken on a joyride through the Solar System on a flying saucer! His story is that his interactions with aliens began with at the age of 10 when some mysterious lady met him in the forest and professed that he was meant for great things! His account gets downright funny when he says that he spent a lot of time trying to help visitors from Mars get on Earth, and helping them mix up with the populace on Earth. He said that the women apparently had trouble with high heels and rejected bras entirely. His story goes on further, but he had never a proof anything he ever said, and hence goes the story down the gutter!
Captain Kaye, whose real name is Randy Cramer, declared in 2014 that he'd spent 17 of his 20 years in the military protecting five civilian colonies on Mars! Yes, Mars! His story is that he was recruited into the Mars Defense Force (MDF) from a covert branch of the US Marine Corps called "Special Section," although the MDF apparently recruits from a number of different military branches. Clearly, he had put a lot of thought into his story as he says the prime human colony on Mars is Aries Prime which is built in the middle of a crater. He also gave details about Mars such as it having a breathable atmosphere, and saying that his job was to defend the human colonies from the two indigenous races, a reptilian race and an insectoid race, aggressive in defense but not expansionist, usually content to leave the MDF and Mars Colony Corporation alone. His story gets into much more detail, and although it all sounds like a load of crap, the funny thing is how how managed to be backed by other people too! Other people, such as Michael Relfe too claimed to have served 20 years in this covert mission. Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, who claims to be the great granddaughter of the President, also claimed attempts were made to recruit her for the Mars colony. Randy says that he hopes his revelation helps uncover the truth about the life on Mars. Of course none of it makes much sense, but that was definitely a great fiction story! Won't you say?
In 1906, Utah's Emery County Progress published an article about a recent trip to Mars by Sackville G. Leyson. In the piece, Sackville G. Leyson gives a detailed literary translation of his imagination, talking about two races of naked but covered in fur human: one which were giant and another which were extremely dwarf (sounds like someone ripped off Gulliver's Travels!) He also gave details about other 'species' that inhabited the grounds of the red planet, and also added a lot of stuff about the conditions on the land of red soil. Now won't you say a lot of people imagine a lot of things?
After reading what these Remote viewers had to say, you'd probably say the exact same thing that other people of science have said: dreadful-sort of vague remembrances of sixth-grade general science! Now for what these two had to say: Just ahead of the Pioneer 10 launch, Ingo Swann and Harold Sherman declared that they have undertaken psychotic journeys to Mercury and Jupiter. Mercury was allegedly filled with rainbows and had a thin atmosphere and a water-dwelling form of lichen-like lifeforms living on rocks. Jupiter was said to have a bitter cold atmosphere of swirling colors and tornadoes and the land was full of mountains. Their proposition of what was the truth was later matched up with proper scientific data, and I don't think it's too tough to guess what happened, right?
Dana Howard wrote a number of books describing her trip to Venus such as My Flight to Venus (1954), Diane: She Came From Venus (1956), Over the Threshold (1957), and Vesta, the Earthborn Venusian (1959). She claimed to have made contact with a 250-centimeter-tall (8′) Venusian woman named Diane in 1936. Howard then entered a space ship made of translucent materials with gold trimming and gem studs. Then the mysterious woman disappeared, and Dana Howard was swept off on a trip to Venus. Of course she never meant it to be anything other than work of fiction, but it is worth noting how the very art of imagination and writing can take you places where even science can't!
Adamski became the first alien contactee to earn as much popularity as he did. According to him, his first encounter with an alien was when he along with a few friends went into the Mojave Desert to look for UFOs. It was there that he found a cigar-shaped spaceship. He claimed that an alien stepped out of it and described his physical features to be 'beautiful'. If his story is to be believed, then the alien opened telepathic contact with him and told him that he had come from Venus to warn the people of Earth about the dangers of Nuclear power. Adamski wrote several books describing his encounters with aliens and also provided a lot of evidence, which later on went to be proven fake and his accounts no better than a science-fiction.
Orfeo Anglegucci very subtly mixes real science with probable fiction in what he claims. His account begins with an experiment that he conducted with 18 samples of Aspergillus clavatus mold, sending them into the upper atmosphere to test structural changes in their growth while his working at the Lockheed Corporation. However, the balloons burst prematurely, or so he claims, but only to be noticed by a Neptunian spacecraft that happened to be flying by. It was from this point that his fantastical accounts of alien contacts begin, where he describes the aliens to be of 'ultimate perfection', and talks about their warnings about the dangers of communism. The stories continue to the point where he is carried to an alien planet in a flying saucer, where he meets Jesus Christ, whom he revealed to be an infinite entity from the Sun. It was from there that he saw the world come to an end as it would in 1986 if humankind didn't mend its ways. Well, it's already 2015, and I don't really think there's been a lot of mending in the ways of the humankind. So...??
So here's a guy who claims to be half-brothers with the creators of some of the largest religions of the world. But we'll get there in a bit. In 1973, French racing car journalist Claude Vorilhon had the most life-changing experiences of all time. He encountered an alien humanoid named Yahweh who told him about the secret truth of the Elohim being the alien creators of the human race. Yahweh also said that he was his real father, and bestowed the name Rael on him, with which this man gained popularity. In 1975 Rael claimed to the planet of the Elohim and then to the planet where humans would come to live 700 years later, only to call it Earth. He claimed to have been taken right through the space-time barrier in a flying saucer, stopping along the way for a massage and aromatherapy treatment at the outskirts of our solar system! After this did he reach his destination where he met his so-claimed half-brothers Jesus, Muhammad, and Buddha. And only if the tales would end there would there have been room for pity while brushing this story aside, but sad it is that it doesn't. It only gets better! He also claimed to meet Satan who told him that the human race was doomed for failure. He also made a counter-offer of billions of dollars in a Swiss bank account if Rael would help carry out a plan of final cataclysm through worldwide racial war. But of course, as in the end of any story in which the story-teller gets to be the hero, Rael declined the offer saying that humanity was more important. But then again, it was apparently a test by Yahweh to see if Rael was truly worthy, and after he'd passed it was he bestowed with awesome advanced knowledge. But by now, you and I both know how much truth there is to his story, and so =, we end it right here!